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Kiswahili in Namibia classes by 2021

“Namibia plans to introduce Kiswahili in its curriculum by 2021” source: https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/ea/Kiswahili-in-Namibia-classes-by-2021/4552908-5422702-xj0f1jz/index.html You may also be interested in: APP now…

Readers from 25 countries

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Readers from 39 countries

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Readers from 30 countries

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Geingob Wins 56.3% of Vote in Namibia’s Presidential Election

“Namibia’s incumbent President Hage Geingob won the country’s election with 56.3% of the vote, the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN)…

Ruling Swapo’s Two-Thirds Majority Broken

“Swapo Party has lost its overwhelming parliamentary dominance after gaining 63 seats in the National Assembly election – just short…

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Namibia goes to the polls

“On 27 November, 1.3 million Namibians will go to the polls for the sixth elections since independence in 1990” source:…

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